- Glady met her man in a bizarre yet laughable way, she was in Form Two, waiting to join a new school
- The young student was one day sent to the shop to get some sugar and on her way back home, a boy started chasing after her
- She ran as fast as she could and told her grandma about the ordeal
- The next day, Glady saw the same guy at school and two months later, he stole her heart
Can you remember how you met your significant other? Was it like fireworks or was it calm and peaceful?
Glady Bouse remembers the day she met her husband like it was yesterday.
When she was in Form Two, Glady’s grandma sent her to buy sugar. When the student was at the shopping centre, she saw someone running behind her and that scared her.
The happy wife hilariously revealed she was naïve back then and used to fear boys with everything within her.
“I saw someone chasing me and I started running too. I was so naive and scared of boys too,” she narrated.
That day, Glady returned home and told her grandmother about the bizarre ordeal. She was told to be extremely vigilante every time she was walking around the village.
The next day, the student joined a new mixed school and the head boy was none other than the young guy she saw chasing her.
“Every break and games he had to come to see me. The guy had his ways with words and he never took no for an answer,” Glady wrote on Facebook group Thriving Couples.
Two months later, she and her partner started dating. Their love grew and right now, they are expecting their third child together.
In other news from Briefly.co.za about happy couples, another beautiful engagement took place in Mzansi recently. Taking to Facebook group ImStaying, Melinda Fane Cussé shared pictures of the gushing couple before, during and after the stunning proposal.
In the pictures, the man and his unsuspecting bae are having a luxury helicopter ride over a beach area. Before long, the helicopter flies close to the beach and written on the beach sand is "Will you marry me?" The couple's initials are also etched in the sand.
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